Nuclear Roundup: 9/14/2017

By Jodi Lieberman | September 14, 2017

A compilation of quality nuclear policy news published on the Web, around the world.

North Korea

North Korea’s latest nuclear test was so powerful it reshaped the mountain above it

North Korea Threatens to Use Nuclear Weapon to ‘Sink’ Japan

No nuclear weapons in South Korea, says President Moon

China’s envoy says dialogue needed to resolve DPRK nuclear crisis

SAR image of Punggye-Ri

North Korea tests not just a bomb but the global nuclear monitoring system

Journalist Says: In North Korea, Talk of War And Nuclear Weapons Is ‘Everywhere’

Pakistan’s indirect role in North Korea’s nuclear program

North Korea’s Nuclear Weapons, Japan’s Bind

There Is a Solution to North Korea

United States

Statement of Administration Policy on S. 1519, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2018

Mattis: US to keep nuclear triad for deterrence

Under Trump, future of U.S. nuclear arsenal slowly taking shape

Thank God You People Don’t Have the Nuclear Codes

US nuclear sub returns flying pirate flag, sparking speculation

Pete Domenici, Long a Powerful Senate Voice on Fiscal Policy, Dies at 85

New Mexico’s national labs could count on ‘St. Pete’

New Mexico Senators Push for Annual Reports on Lab Safety

Sandia app assesses radiation threats


Access to Military Sites Debated as White House Reconsiders Iran Nuclear Deal

Fix or nix the Iran nuclear deal, Netanyahu demands ahead of Trump meeting

Exclusive: Iranian nuclear smuggling ring sent to top German court

What to expect if Trump undoes the Iran nuclear deal

UK’s May stressed importance of Iran nuclear deal to Tillerson: spokesman

Russia’s use and stockpiles of highly enriched uranium pose significant nuclear risks

Link to report

Graham: Save the INF Treaty—but not by repeating history

India, Japan to set up working group to boost nuclear ties

Japan Commission Supports Nuclear Power Despite Fukushima

Britain seeks to smooth Brexit path for nuclear power

Safety all the Way: Ensuring the Safe Transport of Radioactive Sources

General Interest

The politics and science of nuclear weapons

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